The members of The Molly Bloom met in 1996 at NYU, and began playing shows around New York City shortly after. Their first full-length CD "TEMPORAREALITY" was released in late 1998. The album, produced and arranged by songwriter / singer / guitarist /percussionist / exhibitionist C. Casey, features the cromulant horns of Moses Cook (already a New York City legend) and the embiggened soul of keybordist Matthew Geraci. The album is notable for its diversity of styles -- from the loungy SO MANY FREQUENCIES to the morbidly introspective DYSFUNCTION. It was mixed and mastered at Turtle Tone Studio by Michael Fossenkemper, whose credits include Madonna, Medeski Martin & Wood, and Stone Free (the Jimi Hendrix tribute). According to Listen.com, The Molly Bloom "crafts slickly produced, demented pop tunes. Digitally-altered vocals chronicle kangaroo romance over New Wave synths, peppy drums, clean guitars, and Free Jazz saxophone."